Imaginarius

Imaginarius

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Rock - Alternative | Los Angeles, California, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

Story of two specific hauntings, of an old man that died next door to one of us.

Story Behind the Song

True story where paranormal things happened to one of the band members.

Lyrics

I began to date the boy next door... his father loathed me like the plague
Such an angry man, has the tendency to break
His heart gave out on him on Christmas Day
That night I slept alone in my old room... my bed began to shake like mad
I jumped out on the floor and could smell him in the air
His ghost appeared before me and I ran...

Why do you haunt me
Why do you blame me
Oh my God what can I do to make this soul go away
Why do you haunt me
Why do you blame me
Oh my God what can I say to help this soul ease the pain
From this hell

Ten years later at the same local... my man and I in my old room
I told the story of that man that held a grudge
But he did not believe in spooks or ghouls
But soon we both felt someone watching us... the window shook behind our heads
His ghost had stuck around to remind me of my past
We could feel him as we jumped out of our bed

Why do you haunt me
Why do you blame me
Oh my God what can I do to make this soul go away
Why do you haunt me
Why do you blame me
Oh my God what can I say to help this soul ease the pain
From The Wretched

From The Wretched

Song Length
5:10
Genres
Rock - Gothic, Pop - Dreampop
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Tranquil, Disturbed

Subject Matter
Existence, Ghosts

Similar Artists
Garbage, Nine Inch Nails
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Eric Dapkewicz
Music Credits Eric Dapkewicz. Nikki Kelly, Elliot Yamashiro
Producer Credits Imaginarius
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Performance Credits Imaginarius
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